Winter is done! Let's rejoice and check out the most interesting things I've seen in the blogosphere for this month of March:
- Slaanesh diorama by Kris: I saw this popping on my facebook the other day. Kris from the brush brothers has done an amazing job on this one!
- M'Dusa by Scott Hockley: I loved this transformation of a great miniature from the range of miniatures of my friend Sebastian Archer. What a cool job!
- The Hunt by Raffaele Picca: Raffa painted this miniature which is a sculpture by Chris Clayton, so you must have already guessed that it's quite a big piece!
- Grunkful the Gladiator: Rosman's version of this wonderful miniature from mProyec (Raúl García Latorre).
- Hrokr by Roberto Chaudon: Another great sculpture by Roberto for Mierce Miniatures.
- Goblin Pirate by Leo (Poisonauta): Leo does not give us a lot of updates of what he is doing, but when he does, we see little marvels like this one.
Articles and tutorials
- Theory Thursdays in Massive Voodoo: Probably my favourite section now in Massive Voodoo. Tons of knowledge to learn out here, by the pen of our beloved Raffaele Picca. This is just the first one but every week you will find more!
- Realistic eyes by Raffaele Picca: This wonderful experiment by Raffa shows how he created ultra realistic eyes in this wonderful bust sculpted by Romain Van den Bogaert.
- Dschingis Cow by Roman Lappat: Roman spent quite some time to finish this one, but there's very interesting words to read from this experience.
- Sculpting a hand by Philippe Faraut: This is a video that shows how to sculpt a hand in 1:1 scale. Different techniques and materials used in a scale like this one but I believe it's wonderful to see the process and maybe inspiration for your experiments in miniature. A must!
Events and reports
- Painting Crusade 2015: Report by Corvus in his blog Corvus' Miniatures with lots of pictures.
- Painting Crusade 2015: Report in Le BLog dé Kouzes.
- Leganés 2015: Report by Rafa Coll in his blog, this is just the first part, but you will find up to five parts.
- Crystal Brush 2015: My post on the winners of this year's edition of Crystal Brush.